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1  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: This is it , it's the end of cryptos on: Today at 05:42:38 AM

They will never recover,at least we should learn the lesson from this crises.

I've heard this so many times already, but people like you always come back for profits when the market starts to bully again, you're not fooling anyone here, you're just fooling yourself instead.


for me most important lesson is that money isn't real  and it shouldn't be that important in life.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B4y48CBEQso

For me the most important lesson is that never listen to anyone saying nonsense without any solid proofs about the case he was saying, and to a person who's dropping a video from his youtube channel to gain views for his mere nonsense selfish opinion about cryptocurrency. I know we're struggling to earn money right now because of the health crisis that is happening right now but it is not right to conclude and spread rumors about cryptocurrency that is so unbelievable.
2  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: Is KYC bad for crypto? on: March 31, 2020, 06:36:43 PM
The only one who should provide KYC are those people or companies that wants their projects to be promoted, bounty hunters and investors doesn't necessarily need to provide such as information since we're just wanted to adopt and promote their projects, simple as that. KYC doesn't harm crypto, the truth is, the people who provides KYC on a certain project because it is required to receive their bounty are the one who is in danger.
I also don't understand why new projects now require KYC from bounty hunter, they are not part of the project. They only perform promotional work here and social networks to get paid. It is the most ridiculous request that I disagree from new projects, they overused it to collect people's personal information

They always says this excuse "We need that to verified that you're a legit investor or a person" I mean, we're not stealing any of their money, so why should we bother filling that up or why they would required such thing if they are the one who should give it to people to gain public trust here in the cryptocurrency world, KYC is so very fishy for me. So as much as possible, I always ask first if they would required KYC in the process of after their ICO, but it's always disappointing cause they are just sugarcoating the "No we don't" statement, since it's up to them whether change the rules or not.
3  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: Will 2020 be exactly what we hoped for anymore on: March 31, 2020, 03:32:23 PM
You really think bounty is dead? Well for me I guess you are wrong, be greedy when others are fearful, now is the best time to promote some projects, many bounty hunters have quit and many new projects will not survive for sure but there is always a light at the end of the tunnel

And the other jokes about most of the bounties you could tell.

You're the one who is wrong, because technically, all of the bounties nowadays doesn't have any future at all, some of them are scams and some of them pays but very little if we're going to compare it to the bounties we've had way back 2017. Even my friends are asking me the same question, if it is really worth it to spend time bounty hunting and if the payouts are good after ICO or IEO, so I frankly told them "No, bounties now are trash"

Because I don't want to give them false hope, that's cruel. I'd rather tell the truth to make someone sad than telling lies just to make them happy. This isn't the Alt season, so we have to search for another way to earn money while waiting.
4  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: Is KYC bad for crypto? on: March 31, 2020, 06:47:57 AM
The only one who should provide KYC are those people or companies that wants their projects to be promoted, bounty hunters and investors doesn't necessarily need to provide such as information since we're just wanted to adopt and promote their projects, simple as that. KYC doesn't harm crypto, the truth is, the people who provides KYC on a certain project because it is required to receive their bounty are the one who is in danger.
5  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: How can I earn money during coronavirus? Is it possible by crypto coins? on: March 31, 2020, 05:44:42 AM
There are many different ways for you to make money in this market. You can participate in bounty and airdrop to make a profit from it, in addition you can trade if you have experience. Today bounty and airdrop become very difficult because few campaigns are successful. If you know trading, then surely it will be a great equally

Bounty is no longer like 2017 because there are many bounty hunters who don't get paid because the project is a scam, although there are some that look legit. The current alternative to Coronavirus to make money from home is trading, but it requires trading experience and skills

Earning money online is not a problem anymore if you have a bunch of skills and a lot of strategies, like offering your services to people online, you just have to find the right site to do that. Bounties nowadays are pretty hopeless in my opinion, maybe they will a comeback but the things is, we don't know when. It is very tiring that all of the bounties you joined turned out to be a scam after all of the promises they've said in their platforms.

That is why I quit hunting bounty now cause it's more better to joined Bitcoin signature campaign even the payout is low but at least you're sure in the end of the week, you'll have the money they offer.
6  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: The success of a project is not the responsibility of bounty hunters alone on: March 30, 2020, 03:01:21 PM
Exactly. It is not our fault if their project doesn't have any potential therefore it failed, guess why, because simply they didn't put enough effort to make their projects successful, or should I say they are just after people who will invest and promote their project and in the end, they will run with all of the money with their lame excuses. We, bounty hunters can't do anything about it, even we post an scam accusation to them, they don't care, because we didn't even know them and they already get what they want, that's thebsad reality to it of the projects nowadays.
7  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: What the heck is happening to new projects? on: March 30, 2020, 01:24:04 PM
Bounty hunters has nothing to do with trash bounties, because they are all just trying all of the bounties to figure out what's is the best bounty. I know most of the bounties nowadays are so disappointing but we don't have any choice but to keep on trying until we find the right one, because no one knows what miracle could be happen in bounties. While there has no good bounties, why not try on signature campaign that pays bitcoin every week? you might get lucky there to be accepted.
8  Economy / Gambling discussion / Re: Does good side of gambling overcomes its negative side? on: March 26, 2020, 04:56:32 PM
It depends on what kind of people your audience is, if your audience have a wide perspective that understand critical thinking, then there would be no negative opinion regarding about gambling, but if it is the other way around, expect that you'll get a lot of negative comments and a lot of judgement. Positive and negative sides of gambling also depends on the gambler, besides, you'll learn in both ways, so I guess there is no lose if someone wanted to try how it looks like in the gambling world.
9  Economy / Gambling discussion / Re: Is gambling a threat or fun? on: March 26, 2020, 03:47:58 PM
Because I like to play gambling, I have entered several sites. And gambling is fun in personal experience, because by gambling I can make money with the victory that I experienced. Although sometimes losing more than winning, it's really fun.

It is fun betting but I'm afraid losing is not funny. If you're enjoying in placing your bets and eventually will be replaced by sadness because you lost, don't you think it is pointless? having a seconds of happiness that will vanished into thin air after those seconds, I mean, I'd rather bet it on something more important like starting your own business, cause without a doubt, that'll give you the real happiness because the income is really good.

I have a friend who is addicted in both gambling and alcohol, but luckily he survived, he listened to our advices and he is now an entrepreneur, it all depends whether we want it seriously or not. The change begins in ourselves.
10  Economy / Gambling discussion / Re: Bitcointalk has been blocked in Russia because of Gambling advertisement on: March 26, 2020, 02:47:56 PM
Maybe their Government ban the whole forum but there is a lot of alternatives to access this forum, and of those is using VPN, so technically, there is no point on banning the forum just because of those gambling advertisements. There is this saying says "If you really want something, you'll find a way"

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Illegal gambling in Russia is a form of government concern for their young population. This is because the rapid growth of physical casinos there is feared to be able to affect many young people who will later become a problem for the government and since then the government has set the status of gambling there as illegal.

Illegal or not, gambling is still gambling. If they truly care about their youth getting infected by gambling, they should turn down all of the casinos in their country, they might ban also the internet down since everything is in google nowadays, if you know what I mean.
11  Economy / Gambling discussion / Re: Did gambling cause you to have difficulty in sleeping as a gambler? on: March 26, 2020, 02:10:33 PM

Yes, since I feel like luck is not on my side, I always having a hard time to sleep every time I finished playing gambling.
Though I only gamble with the excess money I have, it is still hard for me to lose that money because every time I play I always hope that I can win and try to double the amount of money I gamble.

I really don't get people like this. I mean why bother playing gambling if you knew to yourself that it won't do any good to you, that if you lost your money, somehow it will gives you a little bit of depression that will give you a very hard time on sleeping or whatever it is. Also, if you know that you're not lucky in gambling, why still bother playing it if you value even that excess money of yours?

Being practical will solve your problem. We don't need to listen every time to our urges in playing or doing something we're not confident, especially gambling.

not all can fight the urge to click the ROLL button. but i don't feel like i can't sleep after. i have been playing but i always stop once i lose some money that i could have bought for a decent meal or two. one cause that i might not be able to sleep is if i don't have money soon to pay my bills and food  for myself and my kid.

Exactly my point, you're lacking in self-love if you always let your urge win when it comes to addiction (bad addiction), because think about it, I'm going to use your scenario as an example since you said you have a kid, if you are really a responsible parent that thinks about your kid, you shouldn't be able to think about gambling, because you have your own responsibilities, you're a parent, not a teenager anymore or a bachelor that only feed himself, no, we have to be more mature in order to cast out all of the bad habits, in my opinion in order to secure our children's future.

E D I T: Every penny counts.
12  Economy / Gambling discussion / Re: Will you gamble right after coronavirus outbreaks? on: March 26, 2020, 01:29:11 PM
If I'm a gambler, I wouldn't. After the lockdown and after this health crisis is over, I'll be busy replenishing all the money that I've spent in the whole time I spent while the virus is spreading, that way, I could prevent myself from getting starve and unhealthy. I'd rather focus on something more productive than playing gamble right after the lockdown.
Mine is the opposite, I did spend a small money while under quarantine now compared to when I can still roam around in the city.
Also, I am still gambling until now, nothing can stop me as long as the gambling sites are still up, but don't take it that I'm spending big, i'm just having fun with few bucks only.

I get your point, and I'm guessing that you're one of those people that is in the middle or top of the society when it comes to money, and I just want you to know that not all of the people are like you, there are homeless, and there are people that value ever cents or their income just to save their stomachs in hunger, especially when you have a family to feed, even a small amount of money matters, that's my point.

And yes, we're living in different countries.
13  Economy / Gambling discussion / Re: Will you gamble right after coronavirus outbreaks? on: March 26, 2020, 10:59:32 AM
If I'm a gambler, I wouldn't. After the lockdown and after this health crisis is over, I'll be busy replenishing all the money that I've spent in the whole time I spent while the virus is spreading, that way, I could prevent myself from getting starve and unhealthy. I'd rather focus on something more productive than playing gamble right after the lockdown.

We should be more open minded in all things, we should look at the bigger picture to see if the things we are doing would benefit us in the long run, cause if not, we're not going to be successful.
14  Economy / Gambling discussion / Re: Gambling is like day trading ? on: March 26, 2020, 08:08:22 AM
They are both risky, I must admit that, but, the profits in day trading could be more promising and reassuring than in gambling. On the other side, if you're looking for both fun and danger, then gambling is the best choice for you, but if you're after in profits alone and you take it very seriously, then day trading is the best fit for you.

Just like what everyone said here, it depends on everyone's life perspective on what we are after.
15  Economy / Gambling discussion / Re: Did gambling cause you to have difficulty in sleeping as a gambler? on: March 26, 2020, 06:28:04 AM
Yes, since I feel like luck is not on my side, I always having a hard time to sleep every time I finished playing gambling.
Though I only gamble with the excess money I have, it is still hard for me to lose that money because every time I play I always hope that I can win and try to double the amount of money I gamble.

I really don't get people like this. I mean why bother playing gambling if you knew to yourself that it won't do any good to you, that if you lost your money, somehow it will gives you a little bit of depression that will give you a very hard time on sleeping or whatever it is. Also, if you know that you're not lucky in gambling, why still bother playing it if you value even that excess money of yours?

Being practical will solve your problem. We don't need to listen every time to our urges in playing or doing something we're not confident, especially gambling.
16  Economy / Gambling discussion / Re: Reputation at stake will you stop gambling on: March 25, 2020, 03:42:32 PM
When you are into gambling you are already into the negative list of people in your society. As per the society you are a non performing and productive individual. So, why bother about your reputation?

You will remain bad influencer and therefore there is not need to think what they feel about you. I beleive in one thing I play using my own money and not theirs so who are they to lecture me?

Leave them all and enjoy your life as it goes.

Rather, the whole society will really condemn you for your addiction to gambling, but if your environment is smart enough it will look at your actions, first of all.
If your environment is stupid enough, it doesn’t matter what you do, gambling or something else, your environment will all be right for you, depending on their own beliefs and prejudices.

It depends. I got your point but you missed out that we are talking about reputation here, if that's your mindset, I think you're a irresponsible leader or whatsoever if you're going to insist that gambling is not bad as long as you're doing more good deeds to your people. Because think, if you're playing gambling, the time that you could put to become a good leader will be given to gambling, and that's a minus point already for being a good role model for your people.

Besides, the money of your people is at stake when you're addicted to gambling, you might abuse your power and forget your job and reputation just because of your urge in playing gambling every single day.
17  Economy / Gambling discussion / Re: Is gambling a threat or fun? on: March 25, 2020, 02:51:41 PM
Gambling can either be a threat and fun to oneself. It just depends on how you view it, how much you allot time to it, and how much you take control of it. Gambling is a form of entertainment to some and it's their way of having a fun time, chilling and just playing. For me it can be both depending on the person doing it.

Gambling can be a threat to someone's life if

1. You didn't put a limitation and boundary on how far you can gamble upon. This is one of the major point i see why gambling can become a threat. Most people don't know where to draw the line. They don't know when to continue and stop and were driven by their emotions and needs disregarding their rational thoughts resulting to unfortunate events.

2. It becomes an addiction. When someone didn't put a limitation, this is one of the result. Majority of their money, energy, and time goes in gambling. They would risk almost everything they have just to feed their need to gamble which is very theatening and a very serious matter that should be immediately addressed.

3. No time for other things. Since you become addicted to it, almost all of your time will be consumed by it resulting to less quality time for loved ones and even for yourself. You won't have enough time to grow and improve yourself physically, emotionally, mentally, and spiritually because you spend most of you time in casinos or online gambling sites.

It can also be a form of entertainment or just for fun if you know your limits. You know when to play gambling and does not go overboard what you set for yourself. I think this is the general point for gambling to be just for fun. If you want to have a good time, play wisely and balance things out. You make sure that you're able to do your daily routine and work. Gambling must not negatively affect your life and lifestyle as well if you do this just for fun only.
18  Economy / Gambling discussion / Re: Did gambling cause you to have difficulty in sleeping as a gambler? on: March 25, 2020, 02:14:09 PM
Gambling is mostly about negative experience, because the chances of winning is always lower than the chances of losing, therefore I'm not surprised, to be honest. In this time of crisis, money is even more important to buy foods and groceries so that we'll be able to survive without exposing ourselves outside working or whatever we're doing until the virus will be fully managed.

This is not the time for us to think about gambling, instead we should be practical first and think about our future, because what if we lost the money we saved for 1 month lockdown because of the virus? we would die starving if not because of the virus, it is our choice, so we have to make it count.
19  Economy / Gambling discussion / Re: Things you shouldn't do when gambling at casino this time... on: March 25, 2020, 01:32:44 PM
During this crisis, most countries if not all imposed a community quarantine and lockdown for their residents to avoid spreading the covid-19. Some places though still have the chance and freedom to roam around and go to one place to another. Some choose to go to their provinces, to buy necessities and stock up, and to prioritize their health, while some choose to go out and have fun.

I believe what you listed above have rules already given by the casino enterprises (ouside food and drinks not allowed, carrying firearms, etc.) and therefore the key points for me of what we should not do during this crisis are

1. We should not flock around one area of the casino so that it won't be too crowded. Crowded place means no social distancing. And without proper social distancing, we might get infected easily if ever there's someone around who's a carrier of the virus (asymptomatic).

2. Avoid physical contact with the people inside the casino. Who knows if they have the virus? Better safe than sorry. We should avoid shaking hands with people (we know or not). We should also avoid as much as possible hugging or kissing someone's cheeks or beso-beso as our form of greeting and instead just acknowledge someone's presence by nodding or saying hi/hello without having any contact and maintaining the safe proximity.

3. Avoid touching your face (mouth, nose, eyes) after holding or touching money and casino materials. You don't know if these were disinfected beforehand and if these were touched by an infected person. So, please just refrain from touching your face as much as you can.

Do yourself a favor and avoid doing these things for your safety. Afterall, you don't want to play for the very last time in your life, do you?
20  Economy / Gambling discussion / Re: Ways to recover from being addicted in gambling. on: March 25, 2020, 12:51:10 PM
I want to help those people who really abused by the gambling, let me list down all possible solution that they may use to recover from being addicted in gambling.
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Very accurate. Addicted people are always having a hard time to cure their addiction, because they are abusing themselves by continuously getting addicted because they thought that it is the cure, but they are wrong. If they will continue to tolerate their urge to gamble, then they will not have the opportunity to rethink and reconsider things or advices from their friends to help them from their addiction.

Cooperation is the key to achieve their goal to eradicate their addiction in gambling, even in other fields of addiction as well.
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